June 2015

A Weekend of RunHappy in Seattle

June 15, 2015

I’m back! What an amazing, whirlwind of a trip! From touring the brand new Brooks Running HQ, to running my first pregnancy race, to getting to spend time with some of my best friends from the internet, it was one hell of a weekend. Thank you Brooks Running for the amazing opportunity and thank you more »

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Pregnancy: Week 23

June 14, 2015

Happy 23 weeks, Baby R! You are now the size of a grapefruit.   If you’re wondering why I look so rough in this week’s photos, it’s because I just returned from a whirlwind trip to Seattle. In week 23 we had baby’s first flight, baby’s first trip to Seattle, and baby’s first race. It more »

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Ready for a Racecation

June 11, 2015

The countdown is on! Tomorrow I’m leaving on a jet plane for Seattle and for the first time in forever I’m actually packed and ready to go a full day in advance. What? What? Planning to blog about what I’m packing was a key motivator – maybe I should remember this approach for the future? more »

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Pregnancy: Week 22

June 7, 2015

Happy 22 weeks, Baby R! You are now the size of a spaghetti squash. Let’s see, what’s new this week?  Baby R is still growing and squirming away in there. I love feeling her move and am constantly poking my stomach trying to get her to poke back. I’m noticing that the more my bump more »

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Life is too short for drama

June 4, 2015

A Facebook friend (pshh… what am I trying to hide, it was the ever intelligent and always on point Katy Widrick) recently shared a post by Renegade Mothering called “The No-Bullshit, No-Drama Friendship Manifesto.” Granted, the post was mainly geared towards mom friends, but the whole time I was reading it I kept enthusiastically nodding more »

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5 Truths About Running While Pregnant

June 3, 2015

Happy National Running Day! It’s no secret how much running means to me. What started as something I did to lose weight 7 years ago has turned into so much more. Running is my therapy, it’s my strength, and it’s who I am.  I love running. It’s that simple. I’ve been really lucky to have more »

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